Great Chicago Bars To Watch The Big Game

Chicago is synonymous with some of the greatest names in football and Super Bowl celebrations in the Windy City are no exception. Are you tired of entertaining?

Tired of spending time in the kitchen? Dreading the clean-up after company leaves? How does a local pub or bar and grille sound?

Chicago has awesome bars to choose from that feature great food and drinks ready for the Big Game. Do a little research online to find the one that best suits your needs and style. Many have special Super Bowl events featuring special pricing.

Lakeview

Rocks Lakeview, known for their burgers, whiskeys, and beer, is an upscale neighborhood bar that is a great place to watch the Super Bowl and hang out with your friends. You can drink some beer or drinks while munching on their appetizers and amazing burgers. If visiting Rocks Lakeview, show up early to be seated in time to enjoy the whole game. Super Bowl Sunday will feature $.75 wings.

Lincoln Park

Gaslight Bar and Grille is a terrific pub-style bar to go with friends to grab great pub food, beer, and frozen cocktails. Gaslight is featuring a $20 Super Bowl package beginning at 5:30pm that includes an AUCE chili bar and Miller/Coors drafts. Be sure to email or call for reservations. They have giant board games that will keep you occupied in case you get there early! Visiting Gaslight will keep you entertained.

Gold Coast

Butch McGuire’s is an Irish saloon that originated in 1961. It has become an institution and is a local favorite. Butch McGuire himself is believed to have created the Harvey Wallbanger! From the friendly employees, to good food and the drinks. As their website states, “It’s more fun to eat in a saloon than drink in a restaurant!”

River North

Timothy O’Toole’s Pub is a hop, skip, and a jump away from the Magnificent Mile and Navy Pier. With 48 beers on tab, Timothy O’Toole’s has the complete menu to go along with your drink of choice. With over 70 HD TV’s, watching football games are always event when you are watching them in O’Toole’s Pub. While you’re there, be sure to try the “Big Timmy” burger!

Old Town

Old Town Social is an upscale sports bar. Old Town Social will book a big game day event for your party and with their 23 large screen TV’s, they’re prepped and ready to go. Bring the gang to Old Town Social where you can view the Patriots and the Eagles from your own private viewing booth. Sample their gourmet style bar food and charcuterie while sampling their wide array of brews.

Wrigleyville

The Budweiser Brickhouse Tavern suggests booking your spot on game day. Located next door to Wrigley Field, you are treated to picture perfect views of the skyline and of the field. Brickhouse is featuring giveaways at halftime along with drink and food specials. Enjoy the game from one of four massive bars!

Boystown- Little Jim’s Tavern has been serving the gay community for many years. It is a corner bar and has drinks and food. It is a somewhat quiet atmosphere but still plenty of fun. If you are looking to have a good time and watch the Big Game, consider going to Little Jim’s Tavern.

All of these outstanding Chicago institutions are walking distance to buildings owned and managed by Planned Property Management – for a tour call 773.570.3744 or visit ppmapartments.com.

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